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All men with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction require a cardiovascular workup.
By: Miner M, Nehra A, Jackson G, Bhasin S, Billups K, Burnett AL, et al.

This study supports the use of cardiovascular risk stratification and aggressive risk-factor management in all men with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction.

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The assessment of vascular risk in men with erectile dysfunction: the role of the cardiologist and general physician.
By: Jackson G, Nehra A, Miner M, Billups KL, Burnett AL, Buvat J, et al.
A question about erectile dysfunction should be included in assessment of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in all men and be added to CVD risk assessment guidelines.
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Diagnosis and treatment of erectile dysfunction for reduction of cardiovascular risk.
By: Nehra A, Jackson G, Miner M, Billups KL, Burnett AL, et al.
Erectile dysfunction is a marker of increased cardiovascular risk in younger men and in men with diabetes. Lifestyle improvements and treatment of dyslipidemia and hypertension are very important to lower cardiovascular risk.
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The assessment of vascular risk in men with erectile dysfunction: the role of the cardiologist and general physician.
By: Jackson G, Nehra A, Miner M, Billups KL, Burnett AL, et al.
Endothelial dysfunction appears to be the physiologic link between erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular disease. Appropriate control of risk factors can lower the risk of both conditions.
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